The Green Bay Packers will team with three developers to build about 220 residences and a 130,000-square-foot office building as part of the Titletown development near Lambeau Field in Green Bay.

The residences will be built along Brookwood Drive and include up to 150 units in an apartment building, ranging from studios to three bedroom-units. The remaining 70 to 90 residences are anticipated to be a mix of three different styles of townhomes available for ownership.

“Titletown thus far has exceeded our expectations and we’re excited to add the residential component and office building to the development, and to the region,” said Mark Murphy, Packers president and CEO. “We’re looking forward to continuing to create a special place for residents, community members and visitors, and this next step in the development will elevate Titletown to a place many will call home.”

Molina Healthcare Of Wisconsin To Participate In The Health Insurance Marketplace

MILWAUKEE – Molina Healthcare today announced that the Company will re-enter the Marketplace in 2019. Molina will participate in Brown, Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Washington and Waukesha counties next year, offering the largest provider network compared to any other plan in its service areas. In Brown County, Molina’s reentry will give residents looking for a silver or gold plan in that county a choice, where in 2018, there was only one plan offered.

“We are excited to provide additional health care options to Wisconsin residents,” said Scott Johnson, president of Molina Healthcare of Wisconsin. “Our goal is to make quality health care accessible and affordable to those who are low-income or uninsured – and to make our members feel important.”

The open enrollment period for Marketplace in Wisconsin begins November 1 and runs through December 15 for a membership effective date of January 1, 2019. All of Molina Healthcare’s Marketplace plans include free preventive care and easy access to a wide network of doctors and hospitals.